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River Breaks Ranch

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Come visit the River Breaks Ranch and get a taste of the real cowboy lifestyle. Just a 10-minute ride from Amarillo, you will ride through our canyon on covered wagons while watching a stampede storm pass. Then join the working cowboys for a real ranch breakfast or dinner. The fun does not end there: at the campsite you will be entertained by horse races and authentic cowboys roping steers. For those of you who are up for just relaxing, y'all are welcome to come on over and warm by the fire, if that Panhandle breeze gets to you.

There are a variety of menu’s ranging from $35 to $45 per person

Please call first to check availability on your desired visit day. And ask about the new sporting clays course!

River Breaks Ranch is a family operation that has been in continuous existence for the past 95 years. Over the years, River Breaks has operated in 3 states; Texas, New Mexico and Missouri, but currently solely operates in Texas. The ranch is a working commercial ranch that produces wheat, cotton, and oil; raises cattle and horses and may soon be producing energy from both wind and solar.

In 2003, I formed a partnership with my parents, Bill and Sherri Cornett, to diversify the operation and allow tourists to experience the ranch. As the managing partner, my initial step was to build a 5,000 square foot party facility on the home place to entertain guests. “The Barn” as it is called at the ranch is far from a barn. The first glimpse of “The Barn” reveals a massive 2,000 square foot screened in porch complete with a waist high native stone wall supported by rock columns. Passing through the screened in porch, guests walk into the main dinning area which has polished stained concrete floors, textured walls and western art displayed museum style. The main room comfortably accommodates up to 180 people in banquet style seating.

  • Outdoors
  • Entertainment
  • Sports & Rec
  • Western
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